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[wwwdocs] PATCH for Re: Gfortran annual report for 2008


On Wed, 2 Jan 2008, Paul Thomas wrote:
> Gfortran maintainers have kept up the momentum of 2006 and the number
> of known F95 bugs has gone down sharply, the diagnostic capability
> has increased and new F2003/8 features added.

Nice report, thanks!  Like last year I add a link to this message to
the News section on our main page. :)

Gerald

Add "Gfortran annual report for 2008" to News section.  Rotate news.

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 <dl class="news">
 
+<dt>January 2, 2008</dt>
+<dd><a href="http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2008-01/msg00009.html";>Gfortran
+annual report for 2008</a></dd>
+
 <dt>October 7, 2007</dt>
 <dd><a href="gcc-4.2/">GCC 4.2.2</a> has been released.</dd>
 
@@ -68,28 +72,6 @@ mission statement</a>.</p>
     Fortran compiler. The code was contributed by Christopher D.
     Rickett of Los Alamos National Lab.</dd>
 
-<dt>June 2, 2007</dt>
-<dd>Experimental support for the upcoming ISO C++0x standard
-    been added. Enabled
-    with <code>-std=gnu++0x</code> or <code>-std=c++0x</code>, this offers
-    a first look at <a href="gcc-4.3/cxx0x_status.html">upcoming C++0x
-    features</a> and will be available in GCC 4.3. Code was
-    contributed by Douglas Gregor of Indiana University, Russell
-    Yanofsky, Benjamin Kosnik of Red Hat and Paolo Carlini of Novell,
-    and reviewed by Jason Merrill of Red Hat and Mark Mitchell and
-    Nathan Sidwell of CodeSourcery. </dd>
-
-<dt>May 13, 2007</dt>
-<dd><a href="gcc-4.2/">GCC 4.2.0</a> has been released.</dd>
-
-<dt>March 9, 2007</dt>
-<dd>All m68k targets now support ColdFire processors and offer the
-    choice between ColdFire and non-ColdFire libraries at configure time.
-    There have been <a href="gcc-4.3/changes.html#m68k">several other
-    significant changes</a> to the m68k and ColdFire support.
-    This work was contributed by Nathan Sidwell of CodeSourcery
-    and others.</dd>
-
 </dl>
 
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 <!-- ATTENTION: This page is for *OLD* news!  Latest news goes first. -->
 
+<dt>June 2, 2007</dt>
+<dd>Experimental support for the upcoming ISO C++0x standard
+    been added. Enabled
+    with <code>-std=gnu++0x</code> or <code>-std=c++0x</code>, this offers
+    a first look at <a href="gcc-4.3/cxx0x_status.html">upcoming C++0x
+    features</a> and will be available in GCC 4.3. Code was
+    contributed by Douglas Gregor of Indiana University, Russell
+    Yanofsky, Benjamin Kosnik of Red Hat and Paolo Carlini of Novell,
+    and reviewed by Jason Merrill of Red Hat and Mark Mitchell and
+    Nathan Sidwell of CodeSourcery. </dd>
+
+<dt>May 13, 2007</dt>
+<dd><a href="gcc-4.2/">GCC 4.2.0</a> has been released.</dd>
+
+<dt>March 9, 2007</dt>
+<dd>All m68k targets now support ColdFire processors and offer the
+    choice between ColdFire and non-ColdFire libraries at configure time.
+    There have been <a href="gcc-4.3/changes.html#m68k">several other
+    significant changes</a> to the m68k and ColdFire support.
+    This work was contributed by Nathan Sidwell of CodeSourcery
+    and others.</dd>
+
 <dt>February 13, 2007</dt>
 <dd><a href="gcc-4.1/">GCC 4.1.2</a> has been released.</dd>
 


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